Met Foods Brighton Beach is a slice of life image, a glimpse of New York that’s past but remains in memory. This nostalgic image recalls an earlier time.
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Met Foods Brighton Beach a slice of life image, a glimpse of New York that’s past but remains in memory.
“Met Foods served the community under the elevated subway rumbling straight down the main drag, not far from the Atlantic Ocean shore. This photograph is nostalgic. The store is gone, a neighborhood icon vanished.” — Photographer Deborah Julian
Met Foods Brighton Beach is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee* fine art print. Deborah Julian prints on Archival Epson Papers, and each is signed on the white border beneath the image or on the back.
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(*Giclée is a process for reproducing fine art photography from a digital source, typically using 8-Color to 12-Color ink-jet printers. The quality of the giclee print is excellent-superior in color and detail. Giclée prints are the standards found in museums and art galleries.)